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At Tanner Health System, our volunteers are one of our greatest treasures. Each activity to which volunteers dedicate their time has a direct and positive impact on both our patients and community. By volunteering, you are providing not only a valuable service but giving the most precious gift you have to the community — your time.

In 2018, more than 300 volunteers donated more than 50,000 hours to help out at Tanner. Volunteers are needed for the auxiliaries on our hospital campuses in Carrollton, Villa Rica, Bremen and Wedowee — each serving the needs of its own hospital and community — as well as for Tanner Hospice Care, in Pastoral Care as a hospital chaplain and for the various healthy initiatives of Get Healthy, Live Well.

Becoming a part of the healthcare team at Tanner can make a difference in someone’s life. If you are looking for a rewarding way to spend your retirement years, feel you want to give something back to your community by helping others or want exposure as a student to the healthcare field, you have found the right place.

Events

Diabetes 101 - Webinar
Diabetes 101 - Webinar

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Diabetes 101 - Webinar
Diabetes 101 - Webinar

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Blogs

Helping Loved Ones Resistant to Hospice Care
Helping Loved Ones Resistant to Hospice Care

Having a loved one nearing the end of life can be a difficult time for both the patient and their family members. Oftentimes, hospice care is recommended as a way to provide comfort and support during this difficult transition. However, some loved ones may be resistant to hospice care and may not understand the benefits it can provide. By understanding their fears and concerns, answering their questions and more, families can help their loved ones receive the care they need.

Winter Sports Injury? Here’s What to Do
Winter Sports Injury? Here’s What to Do

Maybe your child slips at the ice rink or your teen crashes into another basketball player. Or, you have a hard spill while hiking or hitting the slopes. All it takes is one wrong move for a winter sports injury. While it’s the same for any season, winter does put us at higher risk for injury.

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